We're Supporting J.D.
Sheila A. Dixon
Former Mayor of Baltimore
"I’m supporting J.D. Merrill because he’s young, he’s energetic, and I know he’ll work hard on behalf of all of us."
Civil Rights Activist
"J.D. won't just talk about civil rights and social justice, he'll build coalitions necessary to deliver real results for our communities."
Former City Councilwoman, District 5
Councilman Ed Reisinger
City Council, District 10
Councilman Brandon Scott
City Council, District 2
"J.D. is hardworking, determined, and understands the challenges facing Baltimore's families"
Senator Bill Ferguson
"To improve educational equity in Maryland we need to continue to build political power around the idea that every student has a right to a quality education. J.D. knows what’s at stake."
Councilwoman Shannon Sneed
City Council, District 13
Senator Craig Zucker
“J.D. Merrill is for our neighborhoods, and we are for him. He’s the leader we trust to bring hardworking and accountable representation back to the 41st district.”
Youth Commissioner, 5th District
Former Attorney General
North Roland Park:
Gregg Bernstein, Former Baltimore City States Attorney
Henry Kay & Beth Harber
Arthur Boyd & Meg Meyer
Mary Page Michel
Dr. Helena Hicks
"Mr. Merrill's experience as a teacher at his alma mater, City College, and as a top aide at the city schools headquarters has given him an acute understanding of the challenges Baltimore students face. His agenda centers on fostering upward mobility in Baltimore, primarily by ensuring that every student goes to an excellent school...We endorse Mr. Merrill."